The monograph is devoted to the creation and substantiation of a new scientific direction - dual linguistics: scientific and naive interpretation of language in English lexicography. It is hypothesized that the interpretation of the phenomenon of language (together with the inseparable phenomena of word and speech) in the conceptual and, accordingly, linguistic pictures of the world of the average speaker and professional linguist are radically different. The complex concept of WORD/LANGUAGE/SPEECH, which is verbalized by nominative units extracted from English-language general and special lexicographic sources, is considered, two nominative fields of the studied concept are formed; proposed own method of laying such fields; various discursive patterns have been identified, according to which general and special dictionaries are used; described in a comparative perspective verbalized concepts of WORD/LANGUAGE/SPEECH, as they are presented within the naive and scientific picture of the world.
For philologists, teachers, students and graduate students, as well as for a wide range of readers who are interested in the functioning and development of language and speech.
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